Celebrating the latest installment of the legendary Terminator film series, “Terminator: Genisys”, Chronicle Collectibles has partnered with Skydance Productions to create the amazing 1984 Terminator Genisys Battle Damaged 1:2 Scale Bust! Brought to life using the actual CGI scans used in “Terminator Genisys”, this bust features an amazingly realistic battle damaged 1984 Terminator (the one that fought the Guardian T-800 in Griffith Park!) If you’re still considering purchasing one of these pieces but want to see more before you commit, Skynet’s Army: Terminator Fans United can help. We now present to you our official unboxing and review of the “1984 Terminator Genisys Battle Damaged 1:2 Scale Bust”!
Did you happen to miss some or all of our latest TERMINATOR TRIVIA postings on our Facebook Page? Well don’t fret, we’ve collected all of these tasty Terminator tidbits into a single volume that you can read here! And who knows, even the most die-hard Terminator Fans might just learn something new about the franchise we all hold near and dear to our hearts!
While NECA released their “Terminator Genisys” T-800 Guardian “Pops” action figure over five months ago, we recently discovered these figures are still available to purchase through NECA. So why not do an unboxing and mini review for fans still unaware of this terrific collectible! Let’s take a closer look.
Twenty-five years ago TODAY, the sequel to the 1984 science fiction horror classic “The Terminator” had its world premiere at the Cineplex Odeon Century Plaza Cinemas in Century City, Los Angeles on July 1st, 1991. The name of the film was “Terminator 2: Judgment Day”.
Fresh on the heels of the new “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” massive multiplayer online role-playing mobile game (MMORPG) that we recently reported on here, suddenly a second MMORPG mobile Terminator game has been announced! Yes, game publisher Plarium is teaming up with Skydance Media to make a mobile game based on the “Terminator Genisys” film!
As we wait to hear official word from Skydance Media regarding their plans to move forward with another Terminator film (or not), we have noticed a trend occurring with film sequels lately that may prove promising and actually be a sign of encouragement to fans who are still holding out hope for a “Terminator Genisys” sequel.
“Terminator Salvation” Kyle Reese actor Anton Yelchin was killed early this morning at the young age of 27 after getting pinned by his own car.
NECA is shipping to retailers this week the Terminator Ultimate Tech Noir T-800, an action figure based on the likeness of actor Arnold Schwarzenegger as he appeared in the James Cameron original 1984 sci-fi classic film “The Terminator”! Today, we got our hands on one of these highly anticipated action figures so let’s take a closer look!
Last month we reported here that in conjunction with the 3D conversion theatrical re-release of “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” this year, two brand new video games will be released as well! Andy Anderson, an executive at DMG Entertainment, indicated one game would be a virtual reality T2 game and the other would be a massive multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG). Well now we have some details and pictures to share for the latter!
Back in October 2015, Skydance Media Chief Creative Officer Dana Goldberg announced the following in regards to the future of the Terminator franchise: “Do we intend to have a next step of Terminator? Yes, we do“. Since then, fans have been anxiously waiting to hear the film and television production company’s reveal on what exactly we can expect. Will the sixth Terminator film be independent or releated to the storyline “Terminator Genisys” so cleverly established? Is it possible Skydance abandons future theatrical plans and continues our favorite science fiction universe via a Television show or miniseries? While fans have been brimming with anticipation, nine months have since passed since Dana Goldberg made that infamous announcement and the fanbase is none the wiser. However, hope is in the horizon.